A math circle is a social structure where participants engage in the depths and intricacies of mathematical thinking, propagate the culture of doing mathematics, and create knowledge. To reach these goals, participants partake in problem-solving, mathematical modeling, the practice of art, and philosophical discourse. Some circles involve competition, others do not; all promote camaraderie.
National Association of Math Circles Wiki
Founders & Staff
Director, Stanford Math Circle
Director of Diversity & Outreach Programs
Faculty Director, Pre-Collegiate Studies and Professor, Mathematics